The State of Wisconsin is treating "Marking a Murderer" documentary subject Brendan Dassey much like the way the State of Arkansas treated "West Memphis Three" Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jesse Misskelley Jr
Now that Brendan Dassey is about to be a free man, his cousin Steven Avery is moving forward slowly with his attorney, Kathleen Zellner, who is requesting access to a lot of evidence for further testing.
The "Making A Murderer" documentary based on Steven Avery's bizarre trip through the Wisconsin legal system has raised many emotions in people, but sadly, some has decided to make a bomb threat as a form of justice.
As with anything that gets into the mainstream vernacular, people and the media will praise something or someone until they get filled with enough vitriol to denigrate it, and such is the case with "Making a Murderer's" Steven Avery.
The final episode of "Making a Murderer" ends this hellashish lesson on the U.S. justice system. We see the results of a wrecked Avery family with Steven and Brendan having been found guilty of the horrific murder of Teresa Halbach.
You know the result of the Steven Avery trial. The man was found guilty even after being able to hire really good defense lawyers. What do you imagine the result of Brendan Dassey's trial will be with court appointed attorneys?
As we reported earlier, the White House did respond about the petition to pardon "Making A Murderer" subject Steven Avery, but as the decision to convict him was at a state level, they are unable to do anything.
With just four episodes left in the ten-part series, episode seven of "Making a Murderer" begins by focusing on the fact that the Manitowoc County Sheriff's Department was not supposed to be a part of the investigation.
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